Wednesday, October 18, 2017

John Cofield

John Cofield’s Oxford & Ole Miss: Cedar Oaks

OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI Cedar Oaks ~ Once standing on the corner of North Lamar and Jefferson Ave., Cedar Oaks in now located at 601 Murray St....

John Cofield’s Oxford & Ole Miss: The Statue Of Bobby Holcomb

Sitting in his living room with me in rapt attention, at one point Angelo said, "Have you ever seen the statue of Bobby Holcomb...

John Cofield’s Oxford & Ole Miss: The Statue Of Bobby Holcomb

Sitting in his living room with me in rapt attention, at one point Angelo said, "Have you ever seen the statue of Bobby Holcomb...

John Cofield’s Oxford & Ole Miss: Former Miss University Susanne Dugger Morgan Passes Away

Susanne Dugger Morgan, 82, died Sunday at her home in Oxford. A remembrance celebration service for family and friends will be held in West...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: Larry Brown

He was one in a million. He failed senior English at Lafayette. But his mother, to whom he would later write the most moving...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: William Faulkner And Andrew Price At Rowan Oak

About 40 years ago I told Mom that for Christmas and birthdays I wanted cool framed stuff. And Dad gave her photos and she...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: Faces Of Oxford, James Ivy

It was a love/love relationship. There was no patronism from either. Ole Miss, and particularly the Freshman Class, loved James Ivy and he loved...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: The Spillway

The Tallahatchie seemed to be everywhere. Looking out the backseat window, we crossed it a million times going up old 7 to Memphis. And,...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: William Faulkner And The Kentucky Derby

As the Derby approaches, Sports Illustrated asked William Faulkner to cover the Kentucky Derby for their May 1955 issue. "So it is not just betting,...

John Cofield’s Oxford And Ole Miss: The Lyric On Van Buren Avenue

The Lyric on Van Buren Avenue has such a storied history on the street. Every single business within sight of it has flipped over...